Take sufficient time to relax, reflect and think–especially about tomorrow. I promise you will be surprised with the results.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April 07, 2015
Safety doesn’t happen by accident, neither does being prepared. Fire detectors. Smoke alarms. Heat detection and carbon monoxide alarms. Each of these devices helps allow businesses and individuals avoid some catastrophic event. In other words owning these devices equals being prepared. On a parallel front, preparation is what futurist Jack Uldrich does when he speaks to businesses about the top future trends and future-proofing their organizations.
Today, April 7th Uldrich will address Kidde Systems, a leader in smoke detection, heat detection and CO2 systems in Jacksonville, Florida.
Delivering his custom designed presentation, “The Big AHA: How to Future-Proof Kidde Fire Systems Against the Trends Transforming Tomorrow” Uldrich will discuss the top technological future trends affecting the industry that will transform Kidde’s world of tomorrow. He will also identify concrete actions that his audience members can take today to future-proof themselves against the tides of tomorrow.
AHA is Uldrich’s acronym for Awareness. Humility. Action. His work as an author and futurist has lead him to the conclusion that these three tenets make for great leadership. Hailed by Businessweek as America’s “Chief Unlearning Officer” he espouses, “‘We live in a world where constant change is the only constant.’ New advances in technology bring forth exciting discoveries every day. But often lost in this new reality is the fact that organizations must unlearn old, obsolete knowledge and old ways of doing business, before they can seize tomorrow’s opportunities.”
Uldrich speaks to a wide variety of organizations both large and small ranging from clients like Verizon Wireless Connected Technology Tour, ABB/Thomas and Betts New Product Launches, Emerson’s Global Users Exchange and the Vision Council’s Executive Summit.
In his blog post: Addition is Greater than Subtraction: 11 is greater than 12 Uldrich encourages his readers to take a whole month of per year to just think. Ideation is the basis for creative endeavors and creative minds tend to produce at greater rates and the results are far more innovative. In addition to ‘AHA,’ Uldrich urges his listeners take time to say “ah” and simply relax.
Can one relax and prepare in tandem? Jack Uldrich says the answer is yes, and as he explores the “Big AHA” with more and more organizations like Kidde and his upcoming clients of West Kendall Baptist Hospital, BCBS, Foth and Stiles the more it sounds like he is prepared to relax and help others succeed.
Parties interested in learning more about Jack Uldrich, his books, his daily blog can view his website here. Those interested in his speaking availability can contact Amy Tomczyk at (651) 343.0660.